Arizona Opera has collaborated with Classical Arizona PBS, to bring to the airwaves three remarkable performances from their 45th Anniversary Season.
Arizona Opera Concludes its Season with a $2 Million Gift
Kay and Ron McDougall Pledge Supports the Opera’s RED Series
Phoenix, AZ (April 16, 2018) – Arizona Opera is pleased to announce a $2 million gift from Kay and Ron McDougall in support of Arizona Opera’s new RED Series, which will now bear their name. The McDougall gift will be used to support the annual presentation of two intimate, innovative, and brand-defining artistic offerings that comprise the company’s new fall season.
Phoenix, AZ – Arizona Opera is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its acclaimed production of Richard Wagner’s epic Ring Cycle with Das Rheingold, opening in Phoenix April 6 – 8, and subsequently in Tucson April 14 and 15. The Company is thrilled to conclude its season with this ambitious Wagner work.
Phoenix, AZ – Following the announcement of its exciting 2018/19 Season this past fall, Arizona Opera declares that casting for next year is now complete. Artists for the company’s season will take on roles in classic operas, as well as roles in more intimate works that are both adventurous and theatrical, aimed to inspire curiosity among audiences new to the art form.
Phoenix, AZ – Arizona Opera brings back to the stage Gioachino Rossini’s greatest masterpiece, The Barber of Seville, March 3 & 4 in Tucson and March 9 – 11 in Phoenix. The Barber of Seville was the very first production that Arizona Opera presented back in 1972, and the Company is delighted for it to make its triumphant return, complete with all of the delightful characters and wildly popular music that so enchanted Arizona Opera’s first audiences.
PHOENIX, AZ, - Arizona Opera announces today that it is entering a meaningful new chapter of artistic vibrancy and community engagement that will excite both longtime opera lovers and newcomers alike.
November 25, 2017 on WFMT Radio Network's
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Longtime supporters Marlu Allan and Scott Stallard announce major investment to support new and contemporary productions on Arizona Opera's main stage.
Following a successful 2016/17 Season that saw the company's first world premiere, Riders of the Purple Sage, Arizona Opera has received a $1 million commitment from longtime supporters Marlu Allan and Scott Stallard, of Payson, Arizona.
(Phoenix, Tucson, Ariz.) Arizona Opera is pleased to present its 2016/2017 season finale, Cinderella (La Cenerentola). Composed by well-known Italian opera icon Gioachino Rossini of Barber of Seville fame, this production is sure to dazzle both opera regulars and newcomers. Cinderella is sung in Italian with English supertitles.